BIO 102 Human Biology in Health and Disease
A course for non-science majors that focuses on selected functional systems of the body, the organs that compose them, and the interactions among them. Special attention will be given to disease processes. In these systems laboratory work (one three-hour session per week) will include studies of physiological concepts at the cellular and systems levels. This course is especially designed for students majoring in Social and Rehabilitation Services or Psychology, or students seeking background for courses in Anthropology and other social sciences.
Lab Fee: $400.00.
This course fulfills the Core Curriculum requirement for a science with a lab.
(Fall, Spring) Four credits.